Research: Most schools offer home access to educational technology

Archipelago Learning, a PLATO Learning company, found 80% of schools are giving students access to its educational technology, Study Island, from home.
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Archipelago Learning, a PLATO Learning company, found 80% of schools are giving students access to its educational technology, Study Island, from home. The results from Archipelago’s Study Island 2011 year-end customer survey also reported two-thirds of schools consider giving students access to learning technology from home as a “high-impact” consideration in determining what solutions to purchase.

Study Island offers students 24/7 access to dynamic and animated content built from state and Common Core Standards.

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